ALEPPO: This great northern citadel saw some remarkable clean-up as the SAA and allied militia swept through Khan Al-‘Asal. Oh you must remember this part of Aleppo. Isn’t that where the terrorists were to have captured some police academy? Well, here are the rat-stats from yesterday:
At Khan Al-‘Asal the following insects were stomped out of existence:
Sulayman Muhammad Diliqmaani
Miqdaad Saadeq Al-Ma’ni
Hussein Yousuf Yabridni
Ahmad Salim Hijab
Muhammad Thaabet Ghusn
Muhammad Habib Joujou
Rafiq Ali Hussein Al-Deek
Jalal Qassem Abu-Al-Ainayn
Ali Kifaah Hassan Al-Muhandis
Muhammad Nazih Al-Jaa’ouni
Another 22 were deemed foreigners by their appearance and lack of documentation. 6 were taken as wounded prisoners.
At Mannagh, another area with a military airport, the rats shuddered as SAA artillery pummelled their holes.
Wael confirms these deaths:
Marzouq Abdul-Jabbar Hadhabi
Umraan Ali Hamdaan
Aqeel Adib Al-Umari
Shakeeb Hassan Al-Maleeh
Adnan Samer Qabrouni
Another 6 remain unidentified.
At Al-Bawwabiyya, a rodent was snuffed out by the Orkin Man. He is:
Marwaan Muhammad Ghassan, a member of the hilariously named: “Haiy’at Al-‘Amr Bil-Ma’rouf” (yawn)
Sayyid Ali Al-Nahawi
“Abu Al-Riqaab” (yawn)
13 others from the Jabhat Al-Nusra were taken prisoner and are warbling.
At Jibreen and Al-Mansoura, two firefights netted over 18 rodents. No names available.
At Baab Houd, on Trench Street, the SAA discovered a 40 meter-long tunnel which the slinky rats used to maneuver and transport weapons. No longer. 6 of them were killed yesterday trying to slither out. They were:
Ahmad Khalil Jawwal
Rami Muhamamad Al-Dibs
Muhammad Amin Khuratbeel
Haseeb Ma’moun Sabaabteh
Ali Taaleb Al-Zahr
Ahmad Ma’rouf Al-Natcheh
Horrific downer for the Jabhat Al-Nusra at Al-Hameediyya near Al-Qusayr. A group of vermin were discovered after residents directed SAA to their location. 16 were killed. Drugs, stolen medical merchandise, rifles and some C-4 were confiscated.
At Al-Tamaatheel in rural Homs, SAA snipers followed by aggressive infantry netted the following FSA rat trophies as they tried to move into the Homs City environs:
Ahmad Jihad Al-Khaaliss
Ashraf Hashem Khawaaja
Waleed Abdul-Quddous Hassan Al-Mulla
Another 3 could not be identified.
There were also engagements in Tadmor (Palmyra) and Al-Dumayna. No rat-stats yet.
In the city itself where the FSA successfully bombed out the telephone central services resulting in a month-long repair process, the SAA put to death this pile of hyena excrement:
Abdul-Rahman Saalem Al-Mahaameed
It’s getting better and better here as the SAA masses forces around the Ghaab area. Outside Idlib City, a terrorist grub drove a car filled with 1000 kilograms of C-4 with enhancers. Alert police spotted him and reported it to soldiers who were clearly the target at a military checkpoint. The soldiers and police fired a fusillade at the car and forced it to stop. The driver-rat surrendered and was handed over to GS. The car was neutralized after sappers determined it was too dangerous to manually disarm it. An RPG did the job.
DAYR EL-ZOR: Big battle at Al-Rasheediyya Quarter. Monzer reports rodent enemy tried to call in reinforcements but go no response.
Ammar Hussein Jabbouri (possible Iraqi grub)
Nidaal Abed Ghiylaani
Ali Zein Al-Jamr
Mufleh Muhammad Reefi
Mahmoud Hussein Farhaat
12 others are unidentified. According to Monzer, there was an effort to burn their bodies with some phosphorous hand grenades. He’s not sure.
Jawbar is completely surrounded. Monzer confirms what he saw. This is the last stand of the FSA and its Al-Qaeda allies. There are no more safe-houses or tunnels. At the Communications Building, the SAA destroyed 2 motorcycles carrying ordnance and drugs. The following 2 vermin:
Bassam Bakkour (a known RPG expert)
Salman Abdul-Fattah Al-Samman
At Daraayya, 2 snipers from the Jabhat Al-Nusra were killed as they tried moving through destroyed buildings:
Tareq Bilal Faisal
The other is unidentified.
At Douma, clever operations caught these apes sleeping on the job:
Ali “Dani” Mahmoud
At Zamalka’s West Entrance, the SAA wiped out a unit of apes:
Abdul-Malik Muhammad Al-Wari’
Sa’adoon Ali Mubaaraz
7 others are still unidentified.
At Harasta, Hujayra and Bahdaliyya, 16 rats were killed. 8 alone were killed in the latter. Rat-stats available tomorrow.
FOR YOUR INFORMATION, AL-SIYAASA NEWSPAPER OF KUWAIT, HAS PUBLISHED AN ARTICLE THAT CLAIMS 80 SAUDI APES HAVE BEEN KILLED IN SYRIA SO FAR. IT ALSO CLAIMS THAT 39 KUWAITI HYENAS HAVE LOST THEIR STINKING LIVES IN SYRIA. THE ONLY NAME I HAVE SO FAR IS FOR A KUWAITI, KHALED HAADI AL-DIHAANI WHO WAS KILLED IN DAYR EL-ZOR LEADING A PACK OF ISLAMIST GARBAGE. 9 OF THE 39 CANNOT BE IDENTIFIED BECAUSE THEIR BODIES WERE TORN TO SHREDS BY OUR ARTILLERY. (YAWN) BOO HOO HOO.
THE USUAL INANE PROPAGANDA AND SOME GREAT ARTICLES:
A really nice article by Global Research about the balance in Syria; American hypocrisy; Arabian filth:
Does this mean that the U.S. and the U.K. don’t spy on their own citizens? We don’t know anything about this Business Insider, but they must write great comedy when they’re moonlighting:
We were very happy that the Ukrainian female journalist escaped unscathed from the clutches of the Salafist grubs. This article is in Arabic but the gist is that she “was treated very badly” by her captors:
Oh, no! Not again!! And get the poor editing in this one:
Hey, if they can have Jihad, so can we. Right? These are the wages of a rudderless foreign policy, President Cream ‘O Wheat:
Syrian news has this English-language report about the Mufti’s call for Jihad:
Wow! The “Shari’ah for Belgium” fighting brigades. And the Belgians fear they might come back with battle experience. Well, you should have thought about that before you began sending Belgian weapons to the Salafist larvae in Syria. Quelle domage!
John Esquire sends this one from our friend, Lew Rockwell:
This seeming non-sequitur from Mark the Brit suggests some new bartender at a local watering hole:
One can only hope.
BOADICEA – or Boudicca as she is often called – a ferocious warrior queen who led a bloody uprising that came close to reclaiming Britain from the Roman invaders